Plans for a major gasoline-diesel pipeline through S.C. is causing an uproar in the Palmetto State from property owners worried about losing their land and environmentalists upset about the potential for spills into the already struggling Savannah River. Early plans were for the pipeline to go  through a swamp and cross the river at an Aiken county boat landing near Jackson.
Plans for a major gasoline-diesel pipeline through S.C. is causing an uproar in the Palmetto State from property owners worried about losing their land and environmentalists upset about the potential for spills into the already struggling Savannah River. Early plans were for the pipeline to go through a swamp and cross the river at an Aiken county boat landing near Jackson. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Plans for a major gasoline-diesel pipeline through S.C. is causing an uproar in the Palmetto State from property owners worried about losing their land and environmentalists upset about the potential for spills into the already struggling Savannah River. Early plans were for the pipeline to go through a swamp and cross the river at an Aiken county boat landing near Jackson. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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